Kent Middle School Canterbrae Middle School transfer experience in January

Everyone knows that Wang Wanwan is a British middle school and preparatory student.

During this period, I have been updating my experience of studying in British secondary schools and preparatory courses. The feedback from students has been very enthusiastic🔥 . Other students who want to study in the UK can use it as a reference👀 . Today is Kent, UK in January. Classmates from Canterbury Secondary School came to share their experience of studying 💬 , remember to 🐎 bookmark it ❗️

🧑🏻‍🏫 Q: Please introduce the grade you study in. Do you find it difficult after attending school❓

🧑🏻‍🎓 A: I am currently studying Alevel at Kent Middle School Canterbray in the UK and have been taking classes for more than a month✏️ . Because I studied AS in an international school in China before I came to the UK, the content in the middle is basically connected🔛 , and I didn’t feel that it was very difficult academically🫡, and my English is also relatively good. Supplementary, so I can understand most of what the teacher said in class. I feel good now. Maybe it’s because school has just started, haha👻

🧑🏻‍🏫 Q: You joined the class. Does the teacher have any academic measures, such as giving you extra classes❓

🧑🏻‍🎓 A: At the beginning of this semester, the teacher communicated with me about this topic✔️ , and it was also similar to whether I could understand it in class. Fortunately, I had already learned the content of the previous semester before I came here✏️ , and I I felt that I was studying well, so I didn’t arrange any extra make-up classes ✍🏻 and just started taking classes with the students who will enroll in September. However, the teacher also takes extra care of me. He often asks me questions in class and also asks me after class how I am doing. I feel that the school teachers are really nice 👏🏻

🧑🏻‍🏫 Q: Are there many Chinese students in the school? The atmosphere in the class is great❓

🧑🏻‍🎓 A: This school is a very traditional British manor-style private school. Most of them are local British students👦🏻 . There are not many Asian faces🧑 , let alone Chinese students. But there is no need to worry about being racist if there are too many white students. Everyone usually gets together to chat🗣️ , the entertainment activities are very friendly, and the atmosphere in the dormitory is also very harmonious. Maybe it’s because there are so many British students in the school, so I don’t feel the atmosphere is complicated🏃🏻 . There are no classes on weekends. On weekdays, everyone will participate in various club activities after class. I think the pace of the teacher’s lectures is also moderate👍🏻

🧑🏻‍🏫 Q: What activities does the school have on weekdays and weekends? What do you usually do on weekends❓

🧑🏻‍🎓 A: The school is super big, so it has all the activities you can think of in British middle schools❗️ and there are also free equestrian lessons🐎 . You can go to it if you want, and you can participate from Monday to Sunday. In addition, there are also various club activities, such as rugby🏈 , singing and dancing💃, swimming🏊 , debate💬 , tennis🎾 , etc. You can also go out of school to visit nearby towns on weekends. I have just arrived in the UK not long ago, so I like to go out on weekends to see the British customs and customs. The school is surrounded by the sea🌊 and the scenery is amazing.

The above is the study experience of students who joined the class in January. There are currently 🈳️ places available for admission in 9⃣️🈷️ . If you want to go to 🈸️🇬🇧 middle school, hurry up and get backstage✉️ Didi Wang Million❗️

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